We’re a lot of things, but not boring
The Bills have been undisciplined, overly talkative, and not nearly successful enough during Rex Ryan’s reign with the team. The one thing they have not been is boring. They make you crazy with all the suspensions, stupid penalties, injuries, avoidable timeouts, but the one thing they won’t do is leave you without something interesting to talk about.
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Hardly a day goes by that the Bills don’t do something noteworthy. Whether it’s hiring the first female coach, hiring the coaches brother, winning the offseason, or getting suspended for something stupid, there is always something to talk about with this team.
I’d take that over past teams when the team was boring both on and off the field. I’m not saying being interesting makes up for wins because I’d much rather have a winning team that’s boring. But what I won’t stand for is a losing team that’s also boring. That’s a combination that makes the season feel like a grind and not a blessing.
They are and will be the Buffalo Bills for the foreseeable future
It’s been said before but it can never be said enough. The Buffalo Bills are staying in Buffalo. In past years we not only had to worry about our teams lack of production but we also had to worry that more years of futility could push this team to another city like Las Vegas or Los Angeles.
That is no longer a worry. No matter how bad the team plays, I can always take solace in the fact that I don’t have to worry about telling someone I’m a Las Vegas Bills fan. Just typing that made me want to vomit a bit in my mouth. So for the millionth time, thank you Terry and Kim Pegula. Buffalo truly appreciates you as owners and your dedication to the region.